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"Two day soccer clinic ran by the Matildas coach was a tremendous success attracting more than 100 kids, boys and girls, each day."
Last month Aboriginal children from the remote NT town of Borroloola attended a two-day soccer clinic run by Matildas’ coach Alen Stajcic. The kids at the soccer clinic were all regular participants in the JMF program (John Moriarty Football), a ...
"Keep going, there's to be hard times but you've got to push through. Make sure you yarn up strong when you are going through bad times as well" Trudy Snow Miss Kwobordok 'Beautiful' NAIDOC pageant Perth 2018.
This years Naidoc Week theme 'Because of Her We Can' celebrates the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels....
"If you have a dream just go for it. Everyone can make their dream happen if they want to"- Wathaurung artist Marlene Gilson. 
This years Naidoc Week theme 'Because of Her We Can' celebrates the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels....
An old Ngarrindjeri gentleman who has passed along now said, our management plan of water was simply don’t be greedy, take what you need and let the water flow to the nation down below you." NBAN Chair Fred Hooper(Murrawarri)
After five years of research and years of advocacy, Aboriginal Water rights will now be on the table for Traditional Owners to manage water allocation for cultural, economic development and security in Australia's water management regime....

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CEO WILL Mooney of the The Murray Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations joins NITV Radio to talk about the concerns that MLDRIN have raised on the allocation of environmental water since the announcement of The Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment...
We are using technology to return more water back to the environment and back to Indigenous communities for cultural water.  I’ve also asked the Commonwealth water holder to start to look at how those environmental flows interact with our...
The declaration that the Murray Darling Basin Plan is back on track was announced on June 08 by the Federal Minister for Water David Littleproud, during the Federal Budget.  AAP reports that a deal between the government and opposition saved the ...
"I got a phone call from one of my sisters and she’s telling me that the animals are going into town looking for water and also the birds are dropping. It’s green, there’s no flow through it."
Maria Wilson and her family grew up on the Barka (Darling River) and her grandfather's story is an important part of their cultural history. Barkandji man Hero Black was a king of the Barka (Darling River). Maria says he had half of a moon on him...
"When they suck water out of our rivers that ruins our peoples way of doing things. If that water is infected by chemicals, what’s going to happen?"-Ngemba cultural educator Bradley Hardy
Listen to this NITV Radio Podcast to learn about the ancient fish traps of Brewarrina and how agribusiness in the area impacts the cultural flow of the Barwon river.
"Indigenous Governance Awards are not about what these organisations do but about how they do their work. How they put their culture, values and kinship that are based on traditional knowledge and how that aligns with Western ideas of governance...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led organisations that place culture at the heart of their governance are invited to apply for the 2018 Indigenous Governance Awards (IGAs). Entrants can apply in two categories. The first category is open to...
"For me growing up I only felt like there was football or jail. I played football, I was alright, I wasn't the best.So when I wrote the song 'The Greatest,' I said we can choose death, football or cell bars cuz. Not me I sell bars cuz.Which was...
Yuin rapper Nooky sits down with NITV journalist Danny Teece-Johnson from The Point to talk about the impact Hip Hop has on him and his community. Nooky shares his influences and messages and opens up about what inspires him to tell his stories. ...

Yaka Bulu Mari-No More Violence

Yaka Bulu Mari are the Yolngu words for No More Violence.It's a strong message that Senior Traditional Owner Wityana Marika continues to teach young men in his community as they dance through their songlines and ceremony.This week a traditional...
"I think our work unfortunately with the present government in relation to that, particularly the voice is over and done with. We can only hope that a future government might revisit that"- Dr Jackie Huggins on a national treaty framework.
Co-chair Dr Jackie Huggins joins Kirstyn Lindsay on NITV Radio to talk on how National Congress of Australia's First People will continue their support on the move towards treaty negotiations. This week opposition Leader Bill Shorten told Sky New...
“While Australia claims to support nuclear disarmament at the same time Australia claims that US nuclear weapons are essential for Australia’s security”.-Professor Tilman Ruff ICAN
ICAN, The International Campaign against Nuclear Weapons welcomed the US-North Korea de-nuclearisation summit in Singapore this week. ICAN was awarded the 2017 Noble Peace Prize for its contribution to the United Nations Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty.
On Thursday June 7th 2018 The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 was passed in the lower house on the Kulin Nation. The Advancing the Treaty Process with Aboriginal Victorians Bill 2018 is tabled for the Legislative...